Garden Project is Sprouting
The spring crop is almost all planted at the Black Mountain Home for Children Garden Project and the peas, collards, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and beets are already sprouting. Volunteers are welcome any Saturday from 9:00 – 11:00 am to help plant, prune, cultivate, and pick produce for local food banks. Read our blog and see pictures HERE.
April 28 is a special day for First Presbyterian members and friends to gather as a group at the Garden to see how our Creator provides food for us from tiny seeds full of life. While you are there, Jane Laping and Ann Kieffer will show you what needs to be done and how to do it.
When you go, look for the Garden Project sign on Lake Eden Road before you get to the main entrance to the Home, and turn right into the lower fields near the stone silo. Please bring drinking water and be aware that there is no bathroom for volunteers to use. If you would like to carpool, call the church office or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.